VERY IMPORTANT: There is one 'bad card' in this game which should be removed. If you total all of the values on each of the blue book value cards, all of them should be the same ($89,500) but one card is worth less ($87,500). This card should be labeled and not used for game play. Parker Brothers confirmed this error in a letter to my father in the 1970s. Whoever has this card is at a disadvantage; it is an error.
The BAD card can be identified by looking at car one Lincoln Continental for $5000 named,1941 Revisited, and car 24 Stanley Steamer, price is $7000 named, Something to Whistle About.
I did a numbers evaluation on each of the 10 Blue Book cards and found if you add $2000 to car 14 Checker Cab, Over Tipped you fix the problem as Car 14 has the lowest average price by far and needed the money. Look for my statistical breakdown of all 24 cars in 10 Blue Book cards!
Two other notes, confirmed by Parker Brothers:
1) If you engage in a bidding session to buy a vehicle, you MUST buy the vehicle. You cannot back out of a sale (either the seller or the buyer).
2) Seller does NOT have to accept the highest bid if two or more players are bidding on the same vehicle. Seller can, for instance, take a lower bid from a player with less money, thereby leaving him/her with even less cash on hand.